American boyband In Real Life or IRL recently led the launch of Christmas celebrations at SM City Fairview.
The group consists of Brady Tutton, Chance Perez, Drew Ramos, Sergio Calderon, and Michael Connor are the final five vocalists from the American reality television music competition series Boy Band.
The pop group experiments with other sounds such as pop-rap, teen pop, and Latin pop, and cite One Direction as their main influence for both starting off on reality television. This time, they celebrated mallgoers with the classic carol, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas.”
With a “Hometown Holiday” theme, SM City Fairview’s took mall goers on a journey with SM Little Stars 2018 Girl Grand Winner Aleynah Redillas to help Mr. and Mrs. Claus—by flying to four different places around the world and gather their friends from England, Mexico, Iceland, Alabama & Germany for the holiday hometown parade.
With the help of a magical snow globe, that is when shaken twice can take you anywhere- Aleynah gathered Mr. & Mrs. Claus’ friends around the world including—the English Gingerbread men who offered holiday songs, the Madison performers from Iceland, the elves from Alabama, the poinsettias and piñatas from Mexico.
Families and friends, including actor John Prats, wife Isabel Oli, and daughter Feather, celebrated the magic of Christmas during the launch. The mall also unveiled its giant Christmas tree made of stacked houses with different Yuletide décor and a 360 -degree holiday journey as a representation of different nations and hometowns across the world celebrating different Christmas traditions this holiday season.
The celebration of Christmas across the world also resonates the season of giving, just as SM City Fairview appreciated and gave Christmas gifts to children from Children.
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